Visit The Danish Architecture Centre
The Danish Arcitecture Centre is a gathering point for all those interested in new architecture, urban development and innovation in the built environment. Here you can explore exhibitions, events, new books about architecture aand urban development - or enjoy a cup of coffee overlooking the Copenhagen Harbour front.
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Rebuild by Design >
On October 29, 2012, hurricane Sandy landed on the American East Coast and left behind chaos and destruction. 'Rebuild by Design' was a response to this – a competition created to find solutions to repairing the damages and making the coastline more resilient to future storms. The exhibition 'Rebuild by Design' presents the resulting 10 solutions. Among the winning projects were OMA and Danish firm BIG who both had innovative solutions to making the coast a safer place to live.
The Rain is Coming >
Water running into our basements has become something that many of us are familiar with. We need to get used to increasingly heavier rainfalls. And we need to adjust our cities accordingly. What is the best way to do that? And in the process of adapting our cities to the climate changes, can we create better cities too? The exhibition 'The Rain is Coming – how climate change adaptation can create better cities' shows us how we can avoid having our basements turned into swimmingpools, and how to create recreational urban spaces that are able to contain the rain water.
Opening hours & Admission >
Monday-Friday 8 AM - 5 PM. Wedensday long hours open until 9 PM and free entrence between 5 PM - 9 PM. Saturday-Sunday 10 AM - 5 PM.
Parking tickets >
There is ample parking at the Danish Architecture Centre. We have 30 parking places available adjacent to the building. Remember to purchase a parking ticket at the bookshop.
5 April 2015
Guided tour of the exhibition The Rain is Coming >
Have you ever had a flooded basement or in other ways been challenged by the heavy rainstorms that have become a part of our everyday life? Increasingly heavier rainfalls are something we need to get used to - and we need to adjust our cities accordingly.
7 May 2015
Behind the Scenes: Arup >
The Danish Architecture Centre and a number of innovative companies invite you to a number of after work events that’ll give you an insight into the company, its projects and people. Join us for a look behind the scenes, meet the building industry across different disciplines and get new knowledge about recent tendencies while strengthening your professional network.
See some of the most sold books and items in DAC& BOOKS/SHOP:
YES IS MORE - An Archicomic on Architectural Evolution - B.I.G. (UK edition)Bjarke Ingels Group
Last updated Tuesday, October 21, 2014